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Third Party Patch Roundup – August 2015

In August, Apple fixed a huge number of security issues across their product line. Other software vendors released a number of security updates for a variety of products.

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Cool tools – Exchange log collection script

David Paulson uploaded his PowerShell script CollectLogsScript.ps1 to the TechNet Gallery a few weeks ago so let’s take a look at all the things this script can do.

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Top 20 Free Disk Tools for SysAdmins

This article lists 20 of the best free tools for partitioning, cloning, diagnostics, repair, recovery, encryption, wiping or drive information and is intended to supplement the list provided on 101 Free SysAdmin Tools. Even if you may have heard of some of these tools before, I’m confident that you’ll find a gem or two among […]

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Is Microsoft up to old bundling tricks?

You have heard of the new Microsoft Windows 10 browser, Edge, and if you install the new OS, it will be almost impossible to avoid the new browser.

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Monday tech roundup: Googles’s new Wi-Fi router, IoT redefined, and Amazon bashes Flash

Last week, Google unveiled its new sexy router, Dick Bussiere talked about the dangers of IoT, and Amazon declared war on Flash vulnerabilities.

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Thought recognition: The ultimate input device

Mind-to-computer data transfer seems like the logical progression as we search for better, faster and more convenient ways to input information, on another, it brings many technical challenges and ethical questions.

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Mail forwarding in Exchange

There are two attributes for every mailbox that can control forwarding and which can be manipulated by admins – either Exchange Org Admins or Recipient Admins.

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Android mobile security tips and tricks amidst growing threat

The things that make Android vulnerable – the open software development – is one of the reasons many would never jump ship to another OS. So what’s a loyal Android user to do?

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Fake viruses, Nadella recognition, and Android admin flaws

Last week ended with quite a bang when Reuters published a scathing report about how Kaspersky Labs spread fake viruses. Kaspersky followed up immediately with a strong denial.

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Security 101 – The seven deadly sins

Let’s take a look at the seven deadly sins that far too many SysAdmins are guilty of. Why do we care? Because each of these can directly lead to a security incident

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